Sometimes I feel guilty, watching people everyday falling in love. I do feel like I have been so blessed to have this job and be surrounded by love and laughter and a tiny bit of stress.... :). Did I say a tiny bit?
So you came to this part of the blog to find out about me... who I am and what I do.... First and foremost I love to laugh and have fun and I love to be with my family. I am definitely a bit 'droll' - you'll have to look that one up. My passion in life is being a good mummy to my four little people that I helped 'make', being a good 'wifester' to the guy that changed my life, and keeping God as the boss in our house!
When it comes to photography I feel the most important thing is to tell the story of each couple. Through candids and documenting the day and helping the bride and groom feel comfortable so that their personalities are what comes through in the photographs. The end result has to draw emotion.
So thats it in a nutshell! I cant wait to meet you and 'tell your story'.
This super sweet wedding on Seven Mile Beach between Kevin and Maryury was so lovely. Surrounded by their family and friends these two said I do under a chuppa decorated with shells. They headed to a private home for their reception in the garden.
How excited are we to show the recent REAL WEDDING featured on Caribbean Bride, not only was this a gorgeous fun wedding, but the couple wrote their own vows, check out this link for their original wedding blog post. I remember when Jeff and Lisa were reading these very special vows he said to her…
“To love you is the greatest honor and treat of my life and to be loved by you is a dream come true”
They also were married on 3 . 14 . 15 so for those maths wiz’s out there…. this number represents PI … (The number π is a mathematical constant, the ratio of a circle‘s circumference to its diameter, commonly approximated as 3.14159. It has been represented by the Greek letter “π” since the mid-18th century, though it is also sometimes spelled out as “pi” (/paɪ/).)
The stunning wedding of Aisha and Amin at the Ritz Carlton Grand Cayman was beyond elegant. Gorgeous details, a stunning wedding gown, a princess for a bride and a drop-dead gorgeous groom in a classy black tuxedo…… AMAZING!
Venue: Ritz Carlton Grand Cayman
Wedding Planner: Sarah Parker | Save The Date Cayman
Coordinator: Elena Karpechenko | Ritz Carlton Grand Cayman
Cake Maker: Chef Melissa Logan | Ritz Carlton Grand Cayman
DJ: DJ Craig | One World Entertainment
Dress Boutique and Dress Designer: Cherry Blossom Bridal | Dress Designer Lis Simon
Wedding Decor/Design: Christy Solomon | City of Saints
A gift from her mum ….Something old, something new, Something borrowed, something blue, and a silver sixpence in her shoe.
A very old English wedding tradition… my mum gave me a sixpence and I wore it in my shoeThe rhyme was certainly in use by the late Victorian period and was printed in an 1894 edition of the Pennsylvania newspaper The Warren Ledger, where it was listed as a ‘Puritan Marriage Custom’. The sixpence was a silver coin which was in use in the UK between the 17th and 20th centuries. Sixpences were also minted and used in Maryland, USA from the same date.
I went to Cherry Blossom Bridal in Washington, DC to purchase a dress by a large designer that I saw on their website. They were the only store in the surrounding 3 states that had the dress. The Boutique Owner Keba showed me an exquisitely constructed dress by a Canadian Designer and I fell in love with the craftsmanship. Thank You Keba, India and Lis Simon for making my dreams come true!
OUR STORY: Our First Date was October 20, 2012 at the Cheesecake Factory. We both enjoyed our conversation and the funny stories shared. So much fun was had that we met less than 24 hours later for a second date. He proposed November 11, 2014 and the rest is history…
Over Laughter and Kisses at Ruth Chris Restaurant
How was your experience taking photos/working with me on your wedding day?
Comforting, Peaceful and Magical
An Exotic Location And Award Winning Hotel
Make God First
Hire a great hair and makeup Team then relax and listen to Rebecca
Rebecca’s secret sentence is a must! (rebecca: I have no idea what your talking about :) )
Aisha and Amin wanted to meet up the day before their wedding to do some photos, I hadn’t ever done this before, so I was excited to have this fun opportunity to hang out with them before their wedding. Most couples will do an E-session months before their wedding, but Aisha wanted to relax do some fun photos, then meet up with their guests for their welcome dinner aboard a yacht heading into the north sound, the day before their big event. Stay tuned for their wedding post tomorrow.
The Wedding Film for Sabrina and Matthew is here!! Super excited to show this film of this gorgeous wedding spanning from the Westin Hotel, Matthews home, Pedros Church and the fabulous Pappagallos Restaurant for the reception. Sabrina grew up as a ballerina so their first dance is amazing.